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someone, he actually reformed the tax policy -- and i look a little pink. should i consider spray tanning? this is "bloomberg surveillance ." live from world headquarters in new york. friday before the oscars on sunday. scarlet fu can barely contain herself. joining me are scarlet fu and adam johnson. >> i've got to go by the chips and dip. >> the only problem is you have to be up at 2:00 a.m. monday morning. time for the morning brief. what happened overnight. ecb president mario draghi said policymakers are committed to defending the euro area against inflation. this was in a speech late yesterday in frankfurt. in the u.k., home prices rose as the property market got a boost from low borrowing costs and easier access to mortgages. in italy, the unemployment rate rose to a record high in january. shifting over to japan, industrial production grew the most since 2011 indicating the economy is strengthening. jumble. of data but a all thisrning we got data. starting at 8:30 a.m., gdp. at gdp so look we get in theory they refined any little bit. also, personal consumption -- consumpt
as well as tax increase, republicans wanting lower taxes and less of that spending. they will fight it out in the midterm elections and then we may return to budget talks and some sort of accommodation in 2015. >> john, how real is the return of the conversation about tax and interest? i say it in part because it's in some of these bills, but also because the front page of the "wall street journal," see this right here, blowout call for big tycoons that talked about the payout for people like leon black, $560 million with his income, 465 for steven schwartzman and others. i do know it's been put back in some of the bills, but this has been a policy debate we've been talking about for about five years now. >> there's a lot of momentum behind this issue. i would not expect it to pass this year. one of the things that adds to its momentum in terms of the long-term, which we really get to a tax reform discussion which is not going to be this year, is that dave camp, the republican chairman of the ways and means committee, included this interest in his tax reform bill. the administration will h
. >> well, except for the $1 trillion in new taxes, and he has not yet postponed the individual mandate. so if you don't have health insurance, you are going to face penalties starting next april that is one of the most unpopular parts. >> right. i forgot. you're right. all this stuff should be frozen. i'm not being partisan. i have no idea who will win the eek electric. all i'm saying is nobody likes this anymore. obama doesn't like this anymore. his advisers don't like it anymore. his supporters don't like it anymore. the next will be state-run single payer and that's got to be stopped. the president has already changed this 20 times, most of them illegally. obama is repealing obama care with his pen illegally. the voter should do this through the representatives in congress to make it legal. what the president is doing is against the rule of law. we've got to do this through the process. you're right. basically what he's doing is putting off the uncomfortable parts of this until he gets out of office to leave the mess for the next person. and leave the overall taxes. you've got to go bac
later. ryan chilcote live on the phone from kiev. next, i'm going to take a thatat the tax price rate zara has to thank for that. ♪ >> first. bloomberg. in london.k barton this is "on the move." we are streaming live on your tablet, your phone and now any windows phone as well. it has the best profit margins in the industry, at least in part due to tax loopholes. loop holet tax benefit from? claimis -- a sickly, they the rights to the brand names of the in the text brands -- of the brands. when they have stores in rome or london or paris, the subsidiaries have to pay substantial royalties into this unit in the netherlands. that has the effect of moving billions of dollars of income, taxable income out of those countries and into the netherlands and switzerland, where they have a tax advantage. >> i suppose that affects margins in a different way in different countries, to? countries,fferent too? >> in the netherlands are switzerland they have very low tax rates. in italy and the u.k. and france and germany, it european markets their profit margins have been between three percent an
u.s. tax evaders. we will talk credit suisse after the break. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." i am manus cranny at bloomberg's european headquarters in london. these are the bloomberg top headlines. from being thene most attractive carry trade that in the emerging markets to the worst in the space of two months. as the central bank's efforts to weaken the currency caused volatility to search. the exchange rate tumbled the most since 2010 earlier this week. losing money for investors who borrowed dollars to buy the yuan. angela merkel is expected to call for a stronger european union during her visit to the u.k. today. the german chancellor arrives in london later. she will address both houses of parliament and have tea with her majesty, the queen. >> i think she is going to try to convince the u.k. to stay in europe. that there are more advantages to stay in than to get out. you can't really pick what you like and not take the rest. i think that is the main message. yatsenyuk won the support of ukraine protesters in kiev to the an interim cabinet and averted a fraud. he says law
: up so we're up early. up late. inking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. eand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your busins to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com >> why target us? why target us? the on going ballistic. ilda gladio announcing cut on three very successful charter schools. that has got our twitter followers talking. i believe that all parents deserve cool toys. paying off campaign contributors at the expense that it's odious. not the teachers unions or the mayor of new york city. liz macdonald is here. it's a hot topic. so what do you make of this? >> i come from a family of teachers. teachers in public schools. my mother and my grandmother. what she is saying is that children are crying, the parents are saying that they would rather homeschool their children now, those who are in charter schools and they are saying that if our kids are going to be taken out of the
're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing eas, like this: doze of tax freeones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no tax for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. nd out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com charles: stocks take a huge hit on ukraine and here's else we have got for you. the revolution app using ukraine and venezuela, we have the ceo. vladimir putin winning the global game of chess. talking to china before invading the ukraine. china, no one else? on that. and warmer destination on this cold, snowy day in much of the country. you're not alone. and we will tell you how a man's daughter cost $80,000 with an obnoxious facebook post. and jerry brown warns of the dangers of legalizing pot. go figure. "varney & company," here we come. ♪ charles: we've got to check the big board. selling falling apart, 224 points. ukraine is the big spread this morning. we had found some support for a moment but that is all gone. headlines conti
taxed in colorado. and it is generating a huge amount of revenue for the state. so, perhaps they think that if they put cash in people's hands they will go buy pot and somehow that revenue will come into the state. that's the only explanation that i can think of. >> the three legislators who voted for it. i wanted to try to get one on the show maybe tomorrow we will do it. but, look, they have all of these excuses that oh, it's got to be convenient. okay, but you can't ban them from alcohol and then try to promote pot. because, remember, the state gets money from alcohol, too. they get tax money. so all of those arguments fall apart. >> remember, they are against cigarette smoking with all these warnings. >> but they want you to smoke pot. >> there is an interesting case that's going to come up, i think in washington state which is also legalized marijuana. they don't have any pot shops opened yet we suspect in the summertime now that it's legal they will start. we will see if they go down the same path where they will allow access to cash from ebts for the use of pot. so far colorado
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of dollars in offshore tax evasion. your goggles, upbeat about business in the u.s. even as americans get more of a taste for craft through -- craft brews. airbus stock climbs higher as the company works to boost production on its best-selling a320. good morning. welcome. you are watching "the pulse." i am guy johnson. francine lacqua is off today. what do we have for you on the show today? it is all a board brand italy. monocle magazine's latest issue is all about the country. we are live with the editor-in-chief tyler brule. we're going to cover a lot of ground. italy, beautiful but problematic. what do we do with it? let's begin with our top story of the day, and explosive report by u.s. lawmakers on credit suisse. according to a senate committee, the bank helped american customers hide as much as $10 billion in assets from the irs. that is more than double the amount previously known. hans nichols has more on the findings. he joins us from berlin. >> the numbers are shocking. more so than the numbers, the details, the salacious aspects of this report. you had secret meetings in secret
.m. in london. testifying before a senate committee on the role in tax evasion. insisted this conduct was limited to a handful of employees. hans nichols as the details from berlin. good morning. ritual to these hearings. or anyllenge to dougan, executive, is to be contrite but not give away ground to hurt shareholders. on this one key point on whether anyone would be held accountable, you kept hearing them press the question. >> how many culpable officers in key executives have you held accountable or fire the? >> we determined to shut this business down. over the course of the first two years after that i'm a we basically reduce the size of the business by about 85%. >> how many employees were fired? different credit suisse employees serviced the 22,000 u.s. linked accounts. the committee's report, only 10 of the 1800 were disciplined and no one was fired. is that an accurate statement? is largely accurate. >> why do people take money out of the country of origin and move to switzerland? historically, one of the things obviously highlighted is they are sheltering assets and income f
progress on some sort of a national property tax. given the property tax, although it seems residential, will that have knock on effects through commercial? >> i think they've been talking about that. every year at this time, people grabbing headlines. what will pay attention to government policy? it's not surprising they've been talking about property tax. that's been anticipated for many years. i think the market has digested that. everybody expects it to be gradual. so it's important to start having property taxes. if you hold property in china, there's no property costs. if your home is sitting there empty, there's no penalty because you don't really feel hurt. that's why the worry is there are so many buildings and not being occupied and not being neutralized. and so having introduced the property tax will deal directly with that. now, continuing to hold the property if there's a tax you need to pay every month? >> highly rated u.s. companies sold more than $19 billion in debt on tuesday, the busiest day of the year. they looked to take advantage of recent rallies in u.s. treasurie
next week. inditexp this hour, fashions a tax loophole. we begin with our main subject of the morning. the situation in the ukraine is developing quickly. isted president yanukovych holding a press conference today from russia. the u.s. government tries to pull together international funding to avoid a default. let's go to kiev and our reporter there, ryan chilcote. walk us through what has been happening in the south of the country in the crimea this morning. >> it is certainly seizing headlines. i am at the ukrainian central bank with the prime minister and the head of central bank are giving a joint briefing about the state of the country's finances. the prime minister left early. i did have a quick conversation with him, one on one, and they are studying the situation in the crimea. they're trying to figure out who these people are. what we're talking about is that at five :00 this morning, another group of armed men -- at 5:00 this morning, another group appeared at anve in the crimea. we have two eyewitness reports that there is a group of somewhere between 50 and 100 armed men
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an economic renaissance, right? >> absolutely. if we just do a couple simple things -- we haven't had tax reform since 1986. it was before the internet got invented. we don't have a system that's competitive. immigration, that's a challenge. we need stem workers in this country to free up manufacturing. you have a bipartisan budget proposed. proposed. we put aside the shutdowns and debt ceilings and all that debate came off the table. those are small victories. >> joe ecchevaria. >> you said that differently. >> well, that's how other people say. >> coming up, mayor de blasio under fire. we'll talk to charter school founder eva moskowitz straight ahead. we'll be right back. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection. and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. millions have raised their hand for th
is about choices as a country we have to make a decision, if we are going to protect tax breaks or if we are going to make smart investments to create jobs and grow our economy. coming up, one day after a global drop stocks are up. big time. communities who have been waiting for help. ukraine are easing is that really what happened here? the dow soaring 227 points. it is the best one day gain for the blue chips this year, and the s&p 500 finishes at a record high as well. joining me now, is a managing partner at chatwood fund, you are in dallas, aren't you? right there in dallas. good to see you. why did the stocks take off today everyone keeps telling me it is because of lower tensions in the ukraine, do you buy it? how do you measure it, you form a that is sis. remember, this has been going on for weeks i think the reality is when we look at the situation, here is what we realize, a, most of america is not going to be materially impacted by this conflict. as horrible as it is, yeah, we won't see the harm here. now, will there be disruptions, the major disruptions we see will be most li
and offered general goals on taxes, trade, energy, and regulatory curves. pointing outl keep the upbeat economic outlook. >> let me jump in. we know congressional hearings on the budget again next week, including one wednesday with the finance committee chairman wyden. >> talking about breathing room for more -- he is new to the tax-writing panel. he has his own ideas about tax policy. again, it is a forum for airing ideas about the broader economy. you want be seeing the summit -- their democrats be doing own budget plan. the field the december agreement .ut the spending caps in place the republicans will do their own plan, which will contrast with the administration's blueprint. house republicans met and talked about alternatives to the health care law. next week, there is a bill scheduled. what about the bill and what is the current republican strategy? >> they obviously still object to obamacare. i think they have moved away from trying to repeal it. now they are going after individual pieces. the measure coming up next week has the same effect the bill the house passed has. it draw
his plan to raise taxes on wealthy new yorkers to fund a universal prekindergarten program. >>> an injured bear is rescued at a california ski resort. this bear, you can see him right there. he was bleeding and wandering around the chair lift area. animal rescue animals worked with key patrols to did he tell him off the mountain and to a vet. he's expected to be just fine. glad to hear that. those are your headlines. poor little guy. >> let's talk about russia. to do that, let's bring in somebody very special. laura ingraham is with us right now. hey, laura. >> good morning. >> should we just start speaking in russian today? i'm glad i didn't lose all my russian. i'm glad i still have it. >> yeah. first off, there is some news. we saw that potato houston a press conference to -- putin had a press conference on why he invaded another nation. he said he had no choice. there was an unauthorized coup that took place in the ukraine and he had to help save the russian-speaking people. >> yeah. we all have to remember that this part of ukraine, this is historically for the russian
from the tax for 2014. simple fairness demands that congress provide the same relief to hardworking americans. when congress can act to provide some relief for hardworking americans, we should. every member here has heard from a frustrated constituent. this shouldn't and need not be a partisan fight. granting relief for hardworking americans is only fair. voting yes on h.r. 4118 is the right thing to do for the people we represent. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. leffy: i yield myself such time as i may consume. -- mr. levin: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for such time he may consume. without objection. well, here they go again. but this time it's the 50th time that house republicans have brought up legislation to repeal or to undermine the affordable care act. ut this 50th time is no golden anniversary. it's a house republican goose egg for millions of americans. just look at this, 50 votes. with zero votes to rais
income tax credit? republicans say no. do you want to find another way to do it? republicans say no. do you want to increase the magic? republicans say no. you can't visit both ways. either you're for women, either you're for building a middle class, or you're against it. and this game that the republicans play with the cbo. listen, the cbo says that obamacare is going to save $1.25 trillion in the next 20 years. but republicans don't accept that. they don't quote the cbo on that. the cbo says what the president has done with respect to supporting the economy has preserved and created over five million jobs. they never quote that. there is a reality about what is going on statistically. nobel laureates are saying raise the minimum wage. 432 economists have said raise the minimum wage. only republicans in this country say don't raise the minimum wage. >> it's not only republicans. >> can you give some of that juice to the president, governor? president obama, it's too much the professor from yale these days. i just heard a really good machine gun approach to arguing a point. you wouldn't
that is completely trumped up in terms of its pre tax. it's really a nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century you just don't invade another country on phony pre tax. in order to assert your interests global whatever way is there a ways to deal with this. and and a president knows that his own sons in the schools. recently the us including awesome preparations for the g eight summit to be held in the russian city of saatchi in june. british foreign secretary william payne coupon sites to avoid conflict lainey take ukraine sovereignty. reports this moment of escalating tension i think russia will see increasingly over the coming days the very strong bones the us around the world by many many nations. and i hope that that direct communication between the two countries will do is take place. p and tory ministers to hold emergency talks and to all schools on monday amongst the well being is that the calling up the president on inefficient is that the judgment also angle on local hero stood to president region the day on today and expressed views on what she called russia's unacceptable int
-american, the koch brothers? good lord. these guys pay so much in taxes, they pay your salary 1,000 times over. >> does harry reid have any credibility left after attacking mitt romney on not paying his taxes. what happened to that? they put it out there and then skulk and run away. we have to go. we gotta go. i'll give you a list during the break. coming up next, more drama on capitol hill today. the senate voted on whether or not -- bob -- to confirm president obama's controversial nominee for the justice department. a man who once defended a cop killer, vice president biden went to help out with the vote. we'll tell you the results up next. when it's donut friday at the office i use my citi thankyou card to get two times the points at the coffee shop. which will help me get to miami...and they'll be stuck at the cube farm. the citi thankyou preferred card. now earn two times the points on dining out with no annual fee. go to citi.com/thankyoucards. [ alarm sound for malfunctioning printer ] [ le announcer ] you've reached the age where you've learned a thing or two. [ metal cnks ] ♪ this
their settlement agreements including the method of calculating the agreements and whether it is tax deductible and so on and the disclosure would be required up front at the time this is announced. now the fed doesn't have to wait for congress to do that, you could voluntarily adopt that public disclosure now. will you do that? >> i agree with you, it is important for us to disclose more and to disclose as much as we can. and we'll look at that very carefully and try to provide for mfgs. >> so in principal we're talking about more disclosure here. >> correct. >> i think this is really important because this is about accountability. we want to hold our financial institutions accountable but it means accountability for our regulatory -- >> i agree. >> and i want to follow up onp senator brown's question about too big to fail. you said we have made significant progress but much work remains to be done and i agree. but since the financial crisis in 2008, the five largest financial institutions are 38% larger than they were back then. so my question is, what evidence would you need to see before yo
of the treasury from assigning tax statuses to organizations based on their political beliefs and activities. h.r. 3865, an act to prohibit the internal revenue service from modifying the standard for determining whether an organization is operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare for purposes of section 501-c-4 of the internal revenue code of 1986. mr. reid: i ask for a second reading on each of these four measures but object to my own request. the presiding officer: objection having been heard, the bills will have their second reading on the next legislative day. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent when the senate completes its business today it adjourn until monday, march 13, 2014, following the prayer prairp, the morning business be deemed expired, and the time for the two leaders reserved for use later in the day. following any leader remarks, the senate be in a period of morning business until 5:00 bm with senators permitted to speak therein for ten minutes each, following morning business senate proceed to executive session to consider the nomination of debo p. adegbile adeg
it as a tax evasion case. like i sold it, didn't report his taxes. we intervened. we, the state department intervened. based on the washington principles, basic unit which event as well, and what michael is done, the work nancy has been. we said this is not just a tax evasion case. look at the washington principles and publish the art which initially they wouldn't do, but now, to the great credit, about 450 pieces have been published on the internet so claims could be made. been issued is, the question u.s., the statute of limitations. i can't guarantee this is going to happen but we urged the technical defense is not be used. that's what i feel so strong our meeting should set an example and they are considering an effect creating a new law that would waive the statute of limitations as to the art that's in -- whether they will do it or not still remains to be seen but they publicly indicated they are looking at it and h it would certainly be a wonderful thing. it would be constant with the washington principles so this story never end. it never end. >> let me say about this, i hate to pr
while ago. he said he wants to expand tax credits for lower income americans and says he'll do it by closing loopholes that ben fit wealthier individuals. >> right now our tax system provides benefits to wealthy individuals who save, even after they have amassed multimillion dollar retirement accounts. by closing that loophole, we can help create jobs and grow the economy and expand opportunity without adding a dime to the deficit. >> the president also wants to expand the earned income tax credit for the working poor without children. his budget would also expand the child and dependent care tax credit and create automatic iras to help workers save for retirement but it's unlikely those plans will get through congress. he needs legislation to enact all of that and that does not look likely. >>> global markets are rebounding today as investors digest the situation in ukraine. even the dow jones flew out of the gate this morning. alison kosik is over at the new york stock exchange. how much have we bounced back today? >> quite a bit. what a difference a day makes. even the s&p 5
and education. the earned income tax credit for low wage workers, and a tax loophole that significantly lowers taxes for managers. and it calls for a $66 billion increase in spending this year. >>> and the political midterms this year, expected soon in texas, the polls closed at the top of the hour, and there has been pressure in the state to get the vote out. most of the national attention, on the governor's race, heidi castro is there with more. how is the turnout today? >> with the polls close to an hour ago, we have the early voting numbers to share with you, looking at 6-8% across the state, which is higher than when texans turned out to an urban primary. most of this can be attributed to the wendy davis campaign. she's scene as the best hope for governor in 20 years. early returns from the primary show that she's well on her way to winning. however, in november, this will be a much different story. that's when davis will face-off with her highly favored republican proponent, attorney general, greg abbot. he's currently at 11 points ahead of her in the polls, and i think it's safe to say
that called for $600 billion in brand new spending, and a trillion in new taxes. paul ryan is here on that. plus -- >> we're getting reports of dramatic new change coming to obama care, just in time for the midterm election. who this affects and why it could be a risky move. >>> courtroom drama, a teen goes to war with her parents in a case that could set a precedent across america. >> it does appear that more energy has been utilized to tear apart this family than trying to figure out how this family can somehow be brought back together. tall the building is or how ornate the halls are. it doesn't matter if thereare g, or big mahogany desks. whenorking with an investment firm, what's really important is wther the peoe behiintroducing e schwaby stand actability guarantee.y. if you're not happy with one of our participating investment aisory services, we'll refundour program from the previous quarter. it's no guarantee against loss and other fees and expenses may still apply. uck vo: stanng by your word, that's what matters the mo so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month? y
an increase in the earned income tax credit yesterday in their budget. they are going to pan that. they have no intention of helping the folks earning minimum wage in our country. you know what, republicans, they should tell the truth. they should tell america that they want people to work for 40 hours a week and still live in poverty. that's what republicans are in essence saying. >> well, your state, voters at least, are big supporters of this. the recent poll shows that 71%, overwhelming numbers, in general for the idea of raising the minimum wage. and when you get more specific to $10.10 an hour, it's still a pretty strong 62%. is that how, though, this is more likely to go, is it going to be state-to-state, or do you think there is real hope for a federal minimum wage hike to $10.10? >> well, there are states that lead on the minimum wage. connecticut is one of those, vermont is one of those, washington is one of those, washington state, washington, d.c., for that matter, is another location. so i think states will lead, but i predict that the political pressure for republicans is going
jared allen. like many pro athletes your taxes actually doing something for society with this nfl fame and fortune. he is providing homes for turning the wounded u s veterans good job mr allen generally for some reason wealthy people don't do much to help other people besides giving money to charity to get some sort of tax free kick back with the wheel is helping other people out is actually in the best interest of rich guys to say whatever to stop to think about amish horse all mega wealthy that you believe in total isolation your going to have to deal with the west the people in your country and the better off that never dies is the less likely he is going to be the steal from you to get bought. al's work is fantastic because it gets better and out of the desperate situation returning home wounded trying to struggle to find work in a bad economy and treat their wounds of a massively over expensive medical system piano playing is a drop in the pocket for the over twenty million american servicemen will come back home which shows that a wounded veteran with a place to live at a much be
gigantic problems political instability and billions in tax and the most severe test of the new government could be the situation in crimea the peninsula and the south of the country enjoys the status of an optimus republic and has an ethnic russian majority. hood's trust the new pro european leadership in tn the above so i painted it and wants to see jaime response of ukraine they will have to do a lot to persuade the crimean people with good content. remember the titans times we all had together under one piece and you want to be together with russia. in the morning armed men seized the parliament building in st fl for and race the russian flag since then the government district has been sealed off. there's no time to waste for the new prime minister. he convened the first cabinet meeting immediately after taking office. and crimea was at the top of the long agenda the street to correspond in this scene can do is standing by for sins and cheryl cole will see an eu ban and cranny in parliament today the scene sound a chaotic what exactly has been going on. yesterday the order eighty one d
and did not take into account a lot of other things in the law like tax credits were businesses are eligible. the report says -- let's go back a little bit -- it did not say how much it will rise but what determines of a small business will see an increase in rates? thet: this report looked at pre-affordable care act law and projecting out. it looked at one provision that involves how insurance companies rate for risk. the law before, insurance companies exclude people with pre-existing conditions, charge sicker people higher rates. older people could be charged more. what the law has done is taken out the pre-existing condition thank and it has narrowed the ages. you can still rates a little bit higher for an older person but it narrowed that split. it has changed the way that companies can price risk. host: so the premium is what we are talking about and what factors go into determining a premium? guest: it is still age and it is smoking status. insurance companies have to take all comers. they used to be able to exclude someone. was less expensive because you had more help th
people to stop moment? tax it. thank you very much. appreciate it. >>> biden enters the ring. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. earlier today, barbara walters popped the question to vice president biden. if hillary clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision. he went on to say that his wife jill was supportive of his decision, and that being a good vice president the next several years was a perfect way to make himself a solid presidential candidate. so are we ready? is the democratic party ready for this? is the country ready for a showdown between the vice president of the united states and the former first lady, former u.s. senator, former secretary of state? and why is biden saying all this now? and who is he saying it to? is he serving notice to secretary clinton that the presidential nomination is not hers for the as
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infrastructure program is a nonstarter. you are not going to raise the gas tax, you are not going to restructure the corporate tax code in the near future. but if oil prices can stay where they are or go up a little bit and can fund the development of a lot of energy infrastructure, that will drive road, rail, and other transportation infrastructure we're talking about. you need a private sector impetus. dry?sentially the pot is the piggy bank is empty? >> it pretty much is. highway funding is done. vehicle miles traveled have been dropping. gas tax revenues are falling. the need for a public-private partnership. you have private money coupled with public management. why can't we get that done? >> that does happen. but the economic incentive has to be there. we start natural gas exports and crude oil exports. the prices equalize between the center of the u.s. where the crude oil piles up in barrels and the rest of the world -- you can have it better environment for private investment and international energy agency's have estimated that it is in the trillions of dollars, the infrastructure inves
but then germany and austria was much more through the taxation offices having to pay certain taxes. and later as we move into the occupied countries, poland and holland and working with the banks that were taking over the jewish assets, and i think the most well known organization is easily referred to as the er or and that is an arm that was originally to be confiscating the propaganda that would be something the nazis were trying to subdue and it turned into an arm for confiscating the assets in france and belgium. so i think it's important you do is the term nazi try to keep inp in mind it is a bureaucratic effort from the top down. from where it was going to go as we all know hitler had to go and then the other leaders were collecting because they thought it showe showed them to be civid people and they were collecting them for themselves. but like any regime, i think that like many other nighties really -- not seized. could you stick to their advantage. >> did they support the war effort? >> they definitely saw the currency of the art, so the art that was to the regime and that you are f
early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com >>> factor follow up segment tonight, american doctors and obama care. jackson and coker surveyed american doctors about the affordable healthcare act. 'thousand physicians took part. 61% of them say their opinion of obamacare has changed for the worse. even more damning, 44% of american doctors say they will not participate in the obamacare exchange. a disaster. with us now dr. emanuel, one of the architects of the affordable healthcare act and author of the brand new big book "reinventing american healthcare." so if almost half of the doctors opt out, i don't see how this possibly works. >> first of all doctors will not opt out, not half of them that says they won't participate in the exchange. it's not doctors that participate
for the host. point 5 million euros pay to spanish authorities after being charged with tax fraud last sunday -- last summer but they insist eta not make in the -- make any offense. alleges as other contracts are taken into account the amount be more than doubled. the president resigned afterñwgc
. what they said was the reason we got nowhere was the republicans would not raise taxes. that was not what the meeting was about. a meeting was about are you really willing to address the issues of medicare. today we have people over their lifetime, $120,000 as a couple in medicare taking out 359,000 out of medicare which is relevant. it does not work. people pay them for one-third of the cost. so i would say that, i would not engage in those conversations that power them because i do not think that they were ever earned i think it was optics. it was disappointing. if anything, when i left there, it broke down. immediately thereafter we then had this eerie in crisis. just a few weeks later the president asked us to, first of all, it appeared to me that we unilaterally were going to embark on activities. the president then asked for us to write an authorization for use of force which we did, and i was glad to do. one of the highlights of my time was working with menendez and others to craft something to pass on a vote out of the senate. then we went down the path. so i wo
on the senate floor and without a shred of evidence said that mitt romney didn't pay his taxes, oh, i don't have any evidence of it but the word is out. the word is out that harry reid is a liar, and the word should be out that any senate democrat that follows his lead will have the word "former" in front of their name. >> they continue to double down on the strategy saying that the problems are not as they're being represented. but voters will embrace them in the mid-term, as the dust settles people will see there are positive stories, as well. and certainly there are positive stories, people who didn't have coverage are getting it. those people do exist, as well. >> but they said before obamacare came into effect they said this is all just republican right wing propaganda. as soon as people see it in action they will love it. we're four months into it, and it is dropping in popularity. if you have had personal contact and tried to navigate the website, if you're that colorado woman in that document who talked about who had her premiums go up 70%, you don't love obamacare. the problem is not wi
's mistake was to allow this to be treated as a tax matter by tax officials for the first two years and only disclosed when reporters got wind of it and the germans came out and discussed it. by then the court of public opinion back to the power of that had cast them in a bad light for not grabbing hold of this and seeing what an explosive topic it was. more times have to pass to what identify what these works of art. numbers are speculated, 1 billion euros are ridiculously too high. in particular no one has seen the works of art, the tab complete list of the works of art, how anyone can come up with a value, pretty divine guess at this stage but they're worth a lot of money. is a case that needs to be resolved and bringing visibility to this statute of limitations problem in germany limiting a period of 30 years that is going to have to be revisited and this in the process of being discussed. there's a lot to come on this, an interesting story that underscore is that a lot of works of art from world war ii are out there and beginning to show a. >> host: bridget in washington d.c.. >> caller
, president obama is set to release his 2015 budget plan. also expanding a tax break to help low-income workers without kids. the next fiscal year begins in october. >> so you think your wireless carrier isover charming you, you are not alone. the federal government is now suing sprint over the cost of bugging people's phones. they claim they overbilled the agencies $21 million. sprint says it did nothing wrong. >> a phoenix detective was chasing a suspect by car when he crashed and opened fire while fleeing on foot. responding officers shot and killed the suspect. >> new jersey governor chris christie trying to shift focus from bridgegate. he will hold will the townhall today. a report last month blamed the state for miss handling thousands of dollars of recovery money requests. this as attorneys for the former campaign manager say he is now being investigated by federal agents for any role he may have had for the shutdown of lanes on the garage washington bridge. >>> we'll keep dipping back to ukraine. but we do also have to follow what's going on here with the extreme cold gri
-year earnings interest before tax, 3.6 billion euros. dividend to $.75. the game for the charges, here we go. 434 million charge for the a350 and restructuring. this is the double long-haul plane. if you are going to america or another nice destination, this is the plane. it will go head-to-head with the dreamliner and costs have been mounting. restructuring, they have put this unit into one. you've seen the charges, 434 million euro or the a350. calexico is a huge range in terms of analyst expectations. -- >> it is a huge range. i'm wondering how that will go down with investors. of the units.ing >> they are pitting the airbus at the front of the company. >> hence the new name. we don't talk about aeds anymore. gave the employees t-shirts apparently when they relaunched the name at the end of last year. airbus can fit on a it t-shirt itsn a t-shirt but aeds in true form cannot. u.s.nts on brazil and the and what they are looking for ahead of earnings. or fifths of profits come from the region. offset by a winter. brazil beer volumes and they have seen solid growth in china. the mexican bee
to spend their hard-earned tax dollars on foreign assistance and strengthen the greatest military the world has ever known. i see americans who want america to lead. [applause] my friends, i've been around a long time. and in fact, since the coolidge administration. [laughter] but i would say to you i've never seen this world in need of strong american leadership than it is today. and i believe these events, these negotiations with iran, which i hope to succeed, but i doubt, when i see the slaughter in syria, when i see the chinese asserting themselves in asia, when i see significant cuts in foreign aid and also in our defense budget, i'm worried. my final word to you, my dear and beloved friends, america and israel needs you more today than ever before. thank you and god bless. right now we are going to the conference with a discussion with an israeli journalist. on the internet, which i did not have a great knowledge about. gender wise, i am a jewish mother. after four months, they showed me what became the first internet-wide instant -- later, a company came in and bought us. overnight w
a sound and responsible financial system. never again should tax payers have to foot the bill when banks and financial institutions make mistakes. i say this quite purposefully in london since london is sufficient of such great importance for the common european market, the financial market, and thus for the economy of all european member states. in the negotiations the next budget, britain and germany together saw to it that in times of severe cuts in national budgets in europe too, expenditure is focused on what is necessary and on what is important to secure europe's future. priority here is on investment in science and research. without attaining top rank innovation we will fall behind and lose prosperity. in many areas, only to mentioned internet as one example we are no longer among the best. we have to close that gap again. we will only be able to achieve this if all of us in europe join forces and pull in the same direction. i am convinced if we continue to make it very clear that we are serious about wishing to change we will find the necessary legal instruments to reach our goa
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a month to geoff we americans need health insurance or pay a fine next tax season. it is down to the wire. the federal government is expanding access to the subsidies to make health insurance more affordable in states with particular problems to the exchanges. this is just one of the steps the administration is going to take in order to make up for the botched rollout of those systems in october. we remember how bad that was, jon. jon: viewers should always be suspicious of anything that the federal government does on friday, particularly late on friday because that's when they release information they want to disappear over the weekend. people won't notice it because they're going away or they're going to dinner on friday night or whatever. and by sunday morning it is old news. so on friday the administration says it is going to suspend some more of the obamacare rules that won't apapparently to these states that have such bungled exchanges. >> it is very interesting you mention the friday timetable. we've seen the obama administration use that time and time again particularly when it co
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